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Vocab Test 5

Mrs.Nawrocki vocab test 1 of second semester

TermDefinition
Posterity Noun- Future or succeeding generations
Assailable Adj.- Able to be mastered or overtaken
Jovial Adj.- Endowed or characterized by a hearty, joyous humor or spirit of good-fellowship
Nonpareil Noun/Adj.- Model of excellence or perfection, one having no equal
Contrive Verb- To bring about or affect by a plan, scheme, or the like
Wayward Adj.- Resistant to guidance or discipline; stubborn and independent
Collegial Adj.- Shared responsibility or congenial relationship of colleagues
Mar Verb- To damage, spoil, or corrupt
Treason Noun- 1. The offense of acting to overthrow one's government 2. A violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state 3. The betrayal of a trust or confidence, breach of faith, treachery
Avaricious Adj.- Greedy, covetous
Created by: lopiegabby